Haley Takeda Death – Died: A 21-year-old individual is the second person who has passed on after a head-on crash near Kearny High School on Friday.
A report from the San Diego County clinical examiner’s office says Haley Takeda’s vehicle was hit head-on on Genesee Avenue in Linda Vista. Police were called to the area not well before 11 p.m. Friday after a juvenile as far as anyone knows side-swiped one vehicle before hitting Takeda’s.
Experts on the call said a Toyota and a Nissan, each passing on young people leaving a football coordinate, was “either hustling or accelerating the street” when the Toyota let go, side-swiped the Nissan and crashed into a moving toward Mazda.
The clinical reviewer perceived Marc Anthony George III as the 17-year-old driver who passed on after the mishap. Eight others, including Takeda, were hurt. The clinical reviewer’s report says Takeda was taken to Sharp Memorial Hospital, where she kicked the container Saturday despite life-saving undertakings.
The University of San Diego established a connection with understudies Sunday announcing means to regard Takeda Monday. Carmen Vazquez, VP for understudy endeavours, portrayed Takeda as a working Torero and senior who was inspecting overall business, Spanish and business assessment.
She was a person from USD’s dance gathering, the International Business Club and the Student International Business Council. She similarly filled in as supervisor assortment, worth and thought official of Kappa Alpha Theta sorority, the school said.
“Our petitions are with Haley and her family during this problematic time,” Vazquez said in the USD enunciation. “I believe that all of you will oblige me in decided assistance of her family and the people who regret her passing.”
Petitions will be offered for Takeda, her friends and family during a 12:15 p.m. mass Monday. A live stream is available for everybody.
The school said trouble guides and support are open for understudies through the Counseling Center at 619-260-4655.